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Huge costs of preparing for EURO 2012 in Poland


jwojcie 2 | 763
9 Sep 2010 #31
Convex, do you make some aerial photos? You would be a star on skyscrapper Wroclaw forum if you would make some aerial photos of Wroclaw biggest building sites, ie. from stadium, new airport, AOW with bridge from time to time... OK, maybe I exaggerated little with star status ;-) But it would be appreciated, no money involved though... There are some pictures of that kind but rare.
convex 20 | 3,978
9 Sep 2010 #32
Convex, do you making some aerial photos?

It's a bit difficult to get permission to fly over the city directly as it's all controlled airspace, but it's doable. Are you in Wroclaw? We can try to request half an hour for aerial photography. You can buy lunch.
jwojcie 2 | 763
9 Sep 2010 #33
If you will make cool pictures I can buy you a lunch, sure :-)
But my intention was rather to find out if you are into aerial photography, and if so, to suggest that SCC would be just the right place to share. I'm talking about that kind of photos:

Wroclaw

WS2

author: Wladyslaw Kluczewski
convex 20 | 3,978
9 Sep 2010 #34
But my intention was rather to find out if you are into aerial photography, and if so, to suggest that SCC would be just the right place to share.

I usually have my hands full when I'm in the air :)

It's a low wing plane, so the visibility isn't really that great. You have to bank fairly steep or shoot over the wing with a zoom lens. Better to do it with two people in the plane :)
jwojcie 2 | 763
9 Sep 2010 #35
As much as I would love to fly over Wroclaw just for a lunch ;-) I'm not a photographer myself. But we can maybe find someone with proper camera on SCC.
poland_
2 Oct 2010 #36
'you have to spend money to make money'.

If we look at Modlin airport near Warsaw, they have been trying to spend for years, but no cigar: airportmodlin.com.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
3 Oct 2010 #37
That's because they don't know how. They are dumb!
poland_
3 Oct 2010 #38
Either dumb or the post office mentality, if I make them wait it, they will understand I am important and they need me. If only we could hit the fast forward button on Polish attitudes in business.


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